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POLITICS | Denise Pedrow: “Your Voice, Your Family, Your Freedom Running for California State Assembly 44 seat

POLITICS | Denise Pedrow: “Your Voice, Your Family, Your Freedom Running for California State Assembly 44 seat

By Michael Hernandez NEWBURY PARK—”Your Voice, Your Family, Your Freedom” is the campaign slogan for the California State Assembly 44 candidate Denise Pedrow, who describes herself as 51 percent Hispanic. “I have a heart for the Hispanic community. They have been sold a bill of goods by the Democratic Party. The Hispanic Party has traditional […]

Customs Agents Seize Over 8,000 Chinese Bongs Bound For California

Customs Agents Seize Over 8,000 Chinese Bongs Bound For California

  KAYLEE GREENLEE Reporter Customs and Border Protection officials seized over 8,000 Chinese bongs in Sterling, Virginia, on Wednesday, the Department of Homeland Security announced Friday. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers reportedly seized 8,387 bongs from an air cargo shipment from China at the Washington Dulles International Airport, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced. The shipment […]

Record-Breaking California Wildfires Surpass 4 Million Acres

Record-Breaking California Wildfires Surpass 4 Million Acres

BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS, Jocelyn Gecker SAN FRANCISCO—Deadly wildfires in California have burned more than 4 million acres this year—more than double the previous record for the most land burned in a single year in the state. California fire officials said the state hit the astonishing milestone Sunday with about two months remaining in the fire season. The previous record was […]

California has gone off the deep end when it comes to attacks on churches

California has gone off the deep end when it comes to attacks on churches

    There is an open assault on people of faith—California has gone off the deep end when it comes to attacks on churches By Mat Staver (Founder and Chairman, Liberty Counsel) There is an open assault on people of faith in many parts of the country by governors who encourage rioters and protestors while […]

California, Which Entered U.S. as Free State in 1850, to Study ‘Reparations’ for Slavery

California, Which Entered U.S. as Free State in 1850, to Study ‘Reparations’ for Slavery

By JOEL B. POLLAK The State of California will study reparations to black Americans, thanks to a bill signed into law Wednesday by Gov. Gavin Newsom. AB 3121 will create a nine-member “Task Force to Study and Develop Reparation Proposals for African Americans, with a Special Consideration for African Americans Who are Descendants of Persons […]

CA Rules For Reopening Disneyland, Universal Studios, Other Parks Must Be “Thoughtful” And “Responsible,” Says State’s Top Health Official – Updated

CA Rules For Reopening Disneyland, Universal Studios, Other Parks Must Be “Thoughtful” And “Responsible,” Says State’s Top Health Official – Updated

By Tom Tapp UPDATED with latest: After a group of 18 California senators and assemblymembers issued a letter on Monday asking Governor Gavin Newsom to issue guidelines for theme parks to reopen, the state’s top health official addressed the matter. Asked when guidance for theme parks would be released, Dr. Mark Ghaly said, “We’re working hard to get that […]

POLITICS | Proposition 15 Is A Small Business Issue!

POLITICS | Proposition 15 Is A Small Business Issue!

Podcast sets the record straight, discusses other manifest problems with the initiative SACRAMENTO, Calif., Sept. 30, 2020—Should it pass in November, Proposition 15 would be the largest tax increase in California history, but would it work as advertised? Most definitely not, argue two public policy veterans in the second in a series of NFIB podcasts […]

POLITICS | California Ballot Initiatives: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly and the Ugliest

POLITICS | California Ballot Initiatives: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly and the Ugliest

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views Several counties have already sent out their absentee ballots.  It looks like L.A. County is going to send out theirs a week early—this week.  Like everything else, government is playing fast and loose with the rules.  No doubt this will be, in California, the most […]

California Teacher Threatens to Kick Student out of Virtual Class Over Pro-Trump Flag

California Teacher Threatens to Kick Student out of Virtual Class Over Pro-Trump Flag

BY GQ PAN A high school student in Colusa, California, said his teacher threatened to remove him from a virtual classroom for displaying a “Trump 2020” flag pinned to his bedroom wall. The student’s mother told CBS Sacramento that her 16-year-old son was attending an online class for Colusa High School from his bedroom where the pro-Trump flag is displayed on the […]

Why Can’t Sacramento’s Financial Reporting Match Private Sector Standards?

Why Can’t Sacramento’s Financial Reporting Match Private Sector Standards?

    By Edward Ring If you want current financial information on California’s state government, you won’t find it. The most recent consolidated annual financial report for California’s state agencies is for the fiscal year ended 6/30/2018. That’s over two years, or nine quarters ago. To put this in perspective, America’s publicly traded multinational corporations, with operations spread all […]